By Benedikt J. Kastner When consuming different media like magazines, newspapers, advertising, television, film and literature, the reader/spectator tunes into a diverse range of concepts of self-optimization, individual fulfillment and […]
Kevan Feshami To say that white nationalism contains a religious element would likely be unsurprising. After all, there’s no shortage of scholarly literature on the religious aspects of white nationalist […]
Every Olympic cycle, the unveiling of the Norwegian National Alpine Ski Team uniform represents a major public event in the Nordic country. The manufacturer, Dale of Norway, offers the sweater […]
Over the past few months, the Center has been working on a new project to enact the public outreach we so often talk about. We value expanding public understandings of […]
There is a fantastic Easter egg buried in Marvel Studio’s latest box-office hit Black Panther. But this hidden gem is not the usual fodder for comic fan geek-outs or YouTube breakdowns. This Easter egg alludes to something surprisingly transcendent.
As Muslim Americans are propelled into the public light more and more, mainly due to negative political rhetoric around immigration, national security, war and refugees, there is an even greater […]
In 2011, when Barack Obama made a diplomatic visit to the nation of Poland, he was presented with an unusual gift: a video game. It wasn’t just any video game. […]
In the global media coverage of the present refugee crisis in Europe, digital activism has yet again received a bad name. All too familiar charges of slacktivism or armchair activism […]